Knowledge is power in law and business
But harnessing that power is complicated. Technology advances, data volume explodes, and you scramble to keep pace. When you need relief, turn to experts on finding, curating and organizing information—
the librarians, researchers and other professionals at LibSource.
Research on-demand by people you would hire yourself (if only you could add support staff)
For agile research and knowledge management support for any information needs, turn to Library as a Service® or LaaS. Pay for what you need and gain full utilization, affordable options and quality outcomes. We fill gaps and optimize resources with services on-demand for research, special projects, operational support or library / information center outsourcing.
Current recoverable rate for legal research is 25%
Cost recovery for research is at the lowest point it’s ever been—yet information is the lifeblood of legal services and every client matter requires unique research. To balance this equation, law firms are turning to Library as a Service.
Could LaaS be an option for your firm? Find out in less than 2 minutes:
What Library as a Service can do for you
Access to a skilled team of research and knowledge service professionals
and innovation through best-practice guidance and insights
Greater freedom and agility to respond to markets, clients and other conditions
Savings through economies of scale and just-in-time delivery of information services
Develop your knowledge advantage to excel in the information economy
“If a firm isn’t considering the Library as a Service model, it may be limiting its options as well as its library’s future role.”
George Wolf, Jr. | Managing Director | Herrick Feinstein LLP
How are you meeting your research and information needs?
Executives increasing their use of contingent workers.*0%
Law firm researchers with increased workload and staffing decrease.**0%
Fewer law firm support staff as permanent trend.***0%
*SAP Workforce 2020 Global Survey; **ARK 2015 Group Conference; ***Altman Weil 2016 Law Firms in Transition Survey
What’s new at LibSource
Los Angeles Times tells how Deborah Schwarz “made it”
Story of the librarian turned CEO
“We were small. No capital investment, just sweat equity. I didn’t take out loans. I didn’t pay myself for quite awhile. I worked part-time jobs to bring in extra money.”